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Inspirational Stories to Motivate Your Recovery
Inspirational Stories to Motivate Your Recovery

The practice of physical therapy is rooted in evidence-based science, which can entail a rigid clinical objectivity. However, another major component of our practice involves an innate belief in the power of the human spirit and will. While part of our job is to motivate ...

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Blog posts in Knee Injuries

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